The Nikon D7000, with Anne Cahill and Matt Kloskowski

If you own a Nikon D7000 or are thinking about purchasing one, this is a must-see course.

Kelby Training instructor Matt Kloskowki sits down with Anne Cahill from Nikon Professional Services and discusses the new Nikon D7000 DSLR. Matt and Anne start the course with the basics of how to get the camera going right out of the box. They move on through the menus, buttons, and dials and on to the more advanced features like custom menu settings, shooting video, programming the on-camera flash, and much, much more. If you own a Nikon D7000 or are thinking about purchasing one, this is a must-see course.

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Course Lessons:

Lesson 1: Introduction (Duration 01:48)

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Lesson 2: Out of the Box (Duration 02:14)

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Lesson 3: Buttons and Dials, Part1 (Duration 04:30)

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Lesson 4: Buttons and Dials, Part2 (Duration 07:24)

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Lesson 5: Buttons and Dials, Part3 (Duration 05:54)

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Lesson 6: Buttons and Dials, Part4 (Duration 02:43)

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Lesson 7: Playback Menu (Duration 03:24)

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Lesson 8: Shooting Menu (Duration 11:57)

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Lesson 9: Custom Settings (Duration 10:01)

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Lesson 10: Setup Menu (Duration 07:45)

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Lesson 11: Make Changes to Photos in Camera (Duration 02:24)

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Lesson 12: Programming Favorites with My Menu (Duration 03:23)

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Lesson 13: Fundamental Terminology (Duration 10:52)

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Lesson 14: Working with Lenses (Duration 02:39)

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Lesson 15: Dynamic AutoFocus (Duration 11:16)

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Lesson 16: Programming the Flash (Duration 08:25)

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Lesson 17: Shooting Video in Movie Mode (Duration 09:38)

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Lesson 18: Troubleshooting Tips and Hints (Duration 07:42)

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Meet Your Instructor: Anne Cahill

Anne Cahill began her career in photography as a freelance photojournalist and has been published in motor sports magazines and a variety of travel and lifestyle magazines. She became a…

Meet Your Instructor: Matt Kloskowski

Matt is the full-time Director of Education for Kelby Media Group and a Tampa-based photographer. He's the Editor-in-Chief of Lightroom Magazine, the lead instructor on the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom LIVE…

8 Comments

  1. Great course. I have had my D7000 for over a year and I'm one of those people who have read the manual (and a few other books). I still picked up a couple of useful reminders and learned a few things. Highly recommended to D7000 owners.

  2. This was a great course and the instructor was superb in her delivery. I have two D7000 manuals, but this course delivered the information in a much more understandable medium. I am glad I have subscribed to these course and find them invaluable.

  3. Thank you Anne for your great information. Having had my camera now for over a year you taught me more in this course then I have learned on my own. I love KelbyTraining.. Thanks I would recommended this course to anyone who owns a D7000

  4. Would have like to learn a little more about the two SD Cards. Must they both be the same or could one card be, for example, 8 and teh second card 32?

  5. I've had my D7000 for two weeks and will refer back to this course many times to absorb more each time. I laughed out loud at the 'bracket is on" comment... I SO did this just about a week ago. This is my first Kelby Training course. I can only hope they're all this informative. Thank you!

  6. I liked most everything about this course, especially the time spent on the review of the buttons and menus. Matt and Annie were articulating clearly and the close ups of the camera and menus were great.

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